Cuttack:5/78/20: The Orissa High Court and its offices shall remain closed till July 8 in view of the shutdown imposed in Cuttack Municipal Corporation area, an order of the High Court said.“The High Court will not function from 06.07.2020 to 08.07.2020. The Bench Constitution and assignment notified for 09.07.2020 stands modified to the effect that instead of earlier notified Benches for that date, the Benches notified for 06.07.2020 will function on 09.07.2020 and take up the cases listed in the cause list dated 06.07.2020,” the order said.
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